CORA and SEO
The only SEO product on the market that automatically responds to Google changes is Cora SEO Software. Cora SEO Software analyses up to 2040 ranking elements, finds the strongest, and tells you how much your website needs! Other low-cost knockoffs of our approach assess factors, but they are hard-coded based on the creators’ opinions.
We apply math to determine the relationship between each factor’s utilisation and Google rank position. This offers us significant insight into which aspects tend to have the most impact on results for your keywords. Consequently, when Google updates its algorithm and prefers various elements, Cora SEO Software replicates those changes in the next report you run.
Cora Diff is a bonus feature included with your Cora SEO Software subscription. If you have a history of Cora reports for your most important keywords, you may use Cora Diff to compare a report from before a Google update to a report from after the update to see what changed. This tells you which factors have been stronger and which have gotten weaker. This aids you in devising a strategy for reacting rapidly to Google algorithm changes.
Another tool included with your Cora SEO Software subscription is Cora Trends. Cora Trends allows you to determine the most frequent variables among a group of terms. Setting sitewide or category-wide SEO policies for content authors and engineers is a critical business SEO feature. Cora Trends is the ideal tool for the task if you’re seeking to figure out how to optimise many pages based on samples of the content they include.
Keyword difficulty like you have never seen before
We all utilise keyword difficulty to determine which keywords are simple to rank for. Furthermore, they do not present a complete picture while they give guidance. Some keyword difficulty indicators are based on backlinks, while others are based on content. But what if we had a keyword difficulty score that took over 500 ranking factors into account?
- Correlational SEO comes into play in this situation. An increasing number of tools on the market allow you to compare ranking elements on a large scale.
- These tools track how factors are utilised on pages 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. and then utilise statistical research to see if a certain aspect is linked to ranking success.
- These new tools move from evaluating 10-15 on-page SEO elements (like Page Optimizer Pro) to over 500 on- and off-page factors and hypothetical ranking factors (like CORA).
- They stop the speculation and, at times, the passionate debate over what works. We can simply see what those first-page search results have in common and where our website is lacking and which variables we need to improve to remain competitive.
- You may now acquire your competitive analysis in minutes instead of manually evaluating page 1 by scraping rivals (e.g. using Screaming Frog and SEO plugins).
- CORA compares the top 100 search results. You may use Page Optimizer Pro to enter relevant competitor websites.
We can design a plan and strategy that is far more accurate in calculating cost and resources for an SEO job with this entire picture.
Correlational SEO allows you to:
- Recognise which ranking variables are important for that particular search term.
- What is the ideal content length?
- Which page content components (pictures, headlines, etc.) are required?
- What aspects should be optimised on the page, and how should they be optimised?
- Make a page outline that is based on statistical significance.
CORA Allows you to
- Differentiate Your SEO Services From Others
- Know Your Deficiencies and Correct Them
- Have A More Accurate Cost Breakdown For The SEO Work You Do
- Know When You Can Stop Tuning For A Particular Keyword
- Compare The Site You Are Working On Against 100 Others, For 600+ Ranking Factors
- See Trends And Potential Algorithm Related Changes Over Time
Why not optimise and own the major target keywords that matter to your customer or business instead of developing spam content for hundreds of unique keyword strings? Thousands of variants and long-tail versions exist for each head keyword. Getting the SEO for those vital keywords properly will result in a ranking boost for all those connected phrases.
Integrating correlational SEO into your workflow
Correlational SEO is a more advanced on-page SEO approach that can provide you with a competitive edge quickly. On-page SEO improvements generally take little time and are simple to implement. When onboarding new clients or going through a content upgrading process, they are frequently low hanging fruits and good for immediate SEO victories.
This is how we work at Flow SEO:
Defining target keywords and pages:
- Obtain a thorough ranking report from Google Search Console, ahrefs, or SEMrush organic keywords. Keep the ranking report as a guide for your future efforts.
- Sort this report by ranks, then filter for keywords with a position of 4 to 20. Those are the pages that get the most traffic growth due to content enhancements.
- Isolate the terms with a high monthly average search volume (which is very niche dependent).
- Map one major keyword and set up subsidiary keywords within the same keyword cluster or topic. Map these keywords to the pages presently ranking for them using this keyword list. To minimise keyword cannibalisation, always maintain and work on current pages rather than creating new ones.
- Make a list of 5 to 10 target pages on your website that need to be updated.
Analysis of competition
- Examine the Google search results for your target pages’ top keywords and take note of the following elements: Maps, shopping, films, and photos are all available. This data should be saved in a spreadsheet.
- Examine pages 1 and 2 and select 5-7 rivals comparable to your website, such as other branded websites if you are a branded website (not aggregators or directories). To locate true rivals, enter the keyword into “in the search box. Make a list of your rivals for each of your target keywords.
Using the genuine competition list, you prepared, run a report in Page Optimizer Pro for your primary keyword. The report can be exported.
Page Optimizer: If only a few changes are needed
- Prioritise addressing flaws. We don’t normally de-optimize pages.
- H1, URL, body text, page title, sub-headlines, image alt tags, bold, italics, and other criteria are among the ranking factors.
- Prioritize your exact match keyword. Pull a new report and update it according to the suggestions.
- Once you’re happy with the exact match keyword’s tweaking, work on variations/supporting keywords.
Wait… It might take anything from two to twenty days for the modifications to take effect.
Page Optimizer: If any changes are needed
This is where you will want to rework your entire page.
- Use Page Optimizer Pro’s content outline to plan out your website’s improvement.
- Create a numerical blueprint for your target pages’ sub-headlines, lists, photos, and other features.
- Use answerthepublic.com to find out what questions people have about the subject. Run the list of ideas using a keyword tool after exporting it. Answer the queries that receive the greatest search traffic.
- Send your content authors the revised page outline so they may rewrite the material. Maintain the current well-optimized headlines, content length, and internal connections.
- Add fresh material to your ranking tracking tool, along with the keywords. In Google Search Console, get the pages. Allow time for the updated rankings to take effect.
Cora: Bring out the big guns.
Pull a report from CORA for your primary keyword if you wish to develop your page further or if you’re in a competitive sector.